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Hollywood has purposely supplied an escape from reality. Until you *awaken* you think they’re innocently entertaining you. (Few things – if any – coming out of hollywood are innocent!) Behind the film be it Sci-Fi, war, western adventure, or supposed biography, there’s an agenda. They are programming you to accept “bad, as not so bad” & to doubt the good of better people.

– eab, 2/2/18




To our God who had no beginning,

To our God who knew no start,

Give your talents much or meager,

Give your prose, poetry, or art

Give your mind, with all that’s in it,

Give your body – every part,

Give your soul, eternal ‘pendage

Give your sole & solemn heart.

– eab, 2/11/09


Earthly family reunions can get out-of-hand, be saddened by disagreements, or have too much ado on a Lord’s Day. They’re pulled together by the bloodlines from Ma’s side or Pa’s side. Go when possible if its “civilized,” & you can honor Christ. The Greatest of all Family Reunions is scheduled (God’s time-not ours) for heaven. It won’t be boisterous nor have a disagreement. It’ll be pulled together by the Precious Blood of God’s Only Son. And, unlike earth’s reunions you won’t have to prepare food – you *will* have to prepare your life.

– eab, 2/6/18


“God has nothing to cover up but in every case has used languages to enlighten

and liberate the world of mankind.”

– A L Vess, /Bible on Tongues/


Several OT writers had their “noses pressed against the glass” looking forward to Christ. They predicted the coming Christ time & again. He came & sadly He was rejected. The Jews wanted their sabbath more than they wanted the Lord “…of the Sabbath” (Mat 12.8). There are groups today who’re rejecting the full teachings of Jesus & are again clambering for a 7th day sabbath.

– eab, 2/6/18


Php 2.9

“…God also hath highly exalted him, and given him a name which is above every name.”


Do you want to go to heaven? Seriously?  Start before you get married. If you love God with all your heart & your mate loves Him likewise there’s no reason you cannot have a marriage “made in heaven.” If you marry a sinner, you may wish you’d never heard their name, let alone met him/her.

– eab, 2/8/18

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